Anyone experiencing longer than usual reloads with “apply config” since upgrading today’s modules?
Framework 126.96.36.199beta2.5 to 188.8.131.52beta2.6
CDR Reports 184.108.40.206 to 220.127.116.11
Core 18.104.22.168beta2.4 to 22.214.171.124beta2.5
Parking Lot 126.96.36.199 to 188.8.131.52
PHPAGI Config 184.108.40.206 to 220.127.116.11
Any change I make (extension, ring group, etc), the blue box scrolls 26+ times (I timed 1min 45± seconds) before releasing the system back to me.
Can anyone refresh us with the system thresholds on the Distro for # of extensions, ring groups, time conditions, IVR’s, etc, for ‘acceptable’ performance?
This system isn’t live, so I don’t even have devices registering or call logs yet. Just trying to complete setup to even get to a point to test. (uhhhg)
Thanks for reading! :o]
Did your DNS stop working? No DNS will kill the dial plan reload speed.
Now I can’t reload at all.
Reload failed because retrieve_conf encountered an error: 1
[FATAL] Unable to connect to Asterisk Manager
from /var/lib/asterisk/bin/retrieve_conf, aborting
Tried amportal restart and still no go.
And logs show:
[2013-03-15 14:46:52] NOTICE manager.c: 127.0.0.1 tried to
authenticate with nonexistent user ‘manager’
[2013-03-15 14:46:52] NOTICE manager.c: 127.0.0.1 failed to
authenticate as ‘manager’
[2013-03-15 14:57:55] ERROR pbx_dundi.c: Unable to load config
[2013-03-15 14:57:54] WARNING app_festival.c: No such configuration
[2013-03-15 14:57:54] ERROR chan_unistim.c: Unable to load config
I’ll try attacking it again on Monday. (Or maybe I’ll just apply for that truck driving school…decisions, decisions.)
Do the settings in manager.conf match the settings in FreePBX for Asterisk manager password and account name?
That was the first thing I checked when it claimed it was able to connect to AM and I was confused as to why anything would touch the password unless it was putting the default back in. But, nope, it is the same as we set it in the beginning. I’m also confused as to why it is looking for the dundi.conf, festival.conf (text to speech, which I haven’t even begun to try and use yet), and unistrim.conf (Nortel devices, which we don’t use) files. Obviously don’t exist on this system (or any of our others).
Thanks for the input, Scott.